We all know what the best part of the holidays are, the food of course! Partly because we finally get to sit down with our loved ones and enjoy each other's company, but it’s also just so delicious! A combination of flavors and recipes that have been passed down through generations culminating on one table. Here are some of the ways we have set our table for memorable holiday meals throughout the year.
We love Thanksgiving, but shhh don’t tell anyone, we might love Friendsgiving even more. It’s so fun to bring out the finery and celebrate friends. To elevate the table décor, I like to bring out my mother in law’s candelabras and my mom’s champagne glasses which we found thrifting (both pictured above). I like to put a eucalyptus garland as a centerpiece that runs through the middle of the table, and I gift everyone a unique little felt ornament as a placeholder. The ornament represents something special about the person and is meant as a memento for the year. I also like the idea of decorating wreaths a little bit differently, and I like to place our felt tree toppers in various sizes inside an oversized wreath (also seen above). I think that it gives a festive touch but remains simple.
It’s fun to entertain all year, and Spring celebrations are especially fun and delicious.
Beautiful fresh picked flowers like peonies are the easiest way to transform your tablescape into a lush garden paradise for the spring. A sweet touch of pineapple and lemon look beautiful on top of a soft linen napkin.
Who doesn’t love hiking through the woods on a crisp fall day? Mushrooms galore on this easy table setting. A garland of silvered eucalyptus is layered on the table with a few of our spotted friends poking out to greet your guests. They also make great party favors!
For winter holidays we tend to get a bit more into the celebratory mood. Candles, miniature rosemary wreaths, and bundles of eucalyptus berries, bring this lush holiday tablescape together.